Predatory wasps and other beneficial insects are taking over for chemical pesticides on many crops grown in Israel’s fertile desert.
How a population of fish indigenous to Israel and formerly classified as ‘extinct in the wild’ has been successfully returned to nature.
Technologies developed in Israel to recycle the country’s precious water resources are being used to help save India’s Noyyal River.
By touting the health qualities of dates and getting them to worldwide markets fresh, soft and juicy, Israel’s date growers are helping spark a major growth in world interest.
Israeli researcher transforms prawn farming with advanced gene-silencing biotechnology that can reverse the sex of the crustacean.
An Israeli atmospheric scientist shows how to measure pollution with data from weather satellites.
Primus Green Energy, soon to make alternative jet and auto fuels, is backed by the renewable energy arm of the Israel Corporation.
Development begins this month on Israel’s first urban wildlife nature reserve, a 64-acre plot in the heart of Jerusalem where wild gazelles still roam.
A serendipitous lab discovery led to a breakthrough vaccine for a fatal tick-borne disease. Now investors are sought to take it commercial.
The new Green Roofs Ecology Center in Haifa is the first of its kind in the Middle East and one of the first globally to focus on biodiversity.